BSP6300 Build?

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Re: BSP6300 Build?

Post by CustomRifleScopesUK » 13 Jul 2018, 20:52

JoeDirt wrote:
13 Jul 2018, 02:41
CustomRifleScopesUK wrote:
14 Jun 2018, 07:31
Yes lovely job, I can see it now !

Nice build, did you get any problems with zero shift when using your lens as some do and some don’t ?

Kind regards
Update, there is some play in the Zenit 100mm focusing. I tried to take it apart and tighten it up but no luck. You might be able to with some serious mods. I have not shot any rounds yet still waiting for parts.....
How much play ?

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Re: BSP6300 Build?

Post by JoeDirt » 14 Jul 2018, 00:39

Not much its hardly noticeable but I can grab the objective lens with my fingers and move the POA. It seems to return to the original point of aim. Only shooting well tell if it makes a difference or not.

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Re: BSP6300 Build?

Post by JoeDirt » 18 Jul 2018, 01:46

The EJ230 is potted
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Thanks to Summer-Blue I have power!!! 5000mAh
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Re: BSP6300 Build?

Post by JoeDirt » 18 Jul 2018, 01:54

Wireless spotter, might do an integrated battery and mounts for IR flood and spot lights........

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Re: BSP6300 Build?

Post by CustomRifleScopesUK » 19 Jul 2018, 20:23

JoeDirt wrote:
18 Jul 2018, 01:46
The EJ230 is potted
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Thanks to Summer-Blue I have power!!! 5000mAh
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Hi Joe,
Nice potting on the camera, i use a similar trick on my weapon mountable rangefinders so they can take up to .308 recoil, rather than the standard .223 calibre, i even had testing done by a guy in Europe on his range school, he is shooting way over that, after 2 years its still going strong, but i wont put my name to that calibre just in case LOL

A little trick i learned with potting compound, try drilling a few micro holes into the compound but make sure your not going to drill into anything else :shock:

CRS

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